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We are excited about the upcoming athletic seasons for the 2020-2021 school year! We look forward to your continued support and dedication to Blue Devil Athletics. With the current status of COVID-19 and all the new TEA/UIL protocols and guidelines, we will need to adjust how our parents and spectators are able to support our student-athletes. 

Click here to read all the details.  


 

Central Heights ISD plans to begin the new school on Monday, August 24th, 2020.  With the onset of COVID-19, this will bring on many changes for all students, parents and faculty.  Please see the attached letter from Superintendent, David Russell.  The letter will explain in detail CHISD’s plan to reopen the school.  Please understand that any plans made by CHISD are subject to change based on guidance from Governor Greg Abbott, Texas Education Agency, CDC, UIL and other federal, state and local health officials.       

Click here to view CHISD Reopen Plan. 


CHHS SENIOR GRADUATION PARADE
 

 

💙CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR NEW CHEERLEADERS💙

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Senior Cheerleaders

Seniors- Reagan Gould, Haylie Muckleroy, Chesni Broussard, Denaiya Reed

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Junior Cheerleaders

Juniors- top to bottom, left to right   Juliette Lostrocco, Taylor Petersen, Lillie Saintignan, Courtney Sanders, Lauren Grace Ashley, and Ashlyn Curbow

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Sophomore Cheerleaders

Sophomores- Trinity Bailey, Lindsey Grier

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Freshman Cheerleaders

Freshmen - Analyse Commander, Maddi Ady,  Landri Hudson

CHHS Cheerleaders

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Yearbooks on sale now!

2019-20 CH Yearbooks are now on sale!  Copies are $40 each.  

To order, you can print the order form here, or you can order online here.  

 


 

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SFA DUAL CREDIT PROGRAM

SFA and Central Heights High School work together to provide a great opportunity for our students to attend classes at SFA during the regular school day and receive college credit.

 

Dual Credit / Concurrent Enrollment Dual credit courses offered at Central Heights High School award both high school and college credit upon successful completion. Concurrent enrollment is a college course taken during the student’s high school years that is not offered for high school credit. Both of these enrollment systems are ways for students to earn college credit while still in high school. A student must meet the admission requirements of the college or university in order for a high school student to be admitted into a dual credit/ concurrent or tech program.

Additional information can be found in the CHHS Student Handbook or call or email Lauren Tyler, HS Counselor @ 936-552-3409 or lauren.tyler@centralhts.net.


 

 

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